Get The Most Out of Your 2014 Campaign
We are your political campaign specialists. SpeedySignsUSA has been serving the needs of
political candidates since 2001. During that time we have built up a wealth of knowledge to
assist you with your upcoming election campaign.
We understand the stresses of running for office. There are many questions that you are
probably asking yourself
How many signs do I need for a successful campaign?
What can I do to make my campaign stand out?
How can I use social media to connect with my voters?
Fear not, our knowledgeable staff are standing by to make your 2014 election campaign a
complete success. To help you get started on your campaign journey, why not take
advantage of of complimentary campaign consultations. We will be able to advise you on the
best layout for your signs, as well as offering tips and tricks to help your campaign stand
out from the crowd.
We look forward to working with you on your political campaign.
We have a wide variety of political campaign products to help make your up-coming election a complete success. From campaign yard signs, banners, promotional products and more. We have the products you need to connect with your voters.
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We understand that campaigning is a stressful process. From knowing who your targeted voters are, to figuring out the best way to target them, the amount of research involved is staggering. This election season, let SpeedySignsUSA help you out with just a small portion of that research. We’ve been in the political sign industry for over 10 years now and we’ve picked up quite a bit of knowledge along the way. Let us share that knowledge with you in a free campaign marketing consultation.
During your free campaign marketing consultation our campaign marketing experts will discuss the many ways that we can assist you with making your election campaign a success and answer any questions that you may have.
Here are just some of the things we will cover:
- Recommended quantity of yard signs for an effective political campaign
- Using cut to shape yard signs to help you stand out from the crowd
- How to harness the power of social media to interact with your voters
- Design tips and recommendation to help maximize your message
- How to increase the reach of your message with other product options
- How to leverage the power of variable data printing to connect with your voters
- How to implement a successful direct mail campaign
- The advantages and benefits of full color yard signs
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It’s easy for a new candidate to shoot themselves in the foot the first time they run for office. There is a lot if work and stress involved, and even if a candidate is fully aware of all that is involved, it can still be more than they bargained for. We have included just a few tips for the up and coming candidate to aid in running a successful political campaign
- Stay Confident
- Campaigning is extremely taxing on the mind and body as well as the wallet. If a candidate loses focus at any point of their campaign (which doesn’t stop after the polls close on Election Day) it will become easy for them to lose their resolve and focus. By keeping the reasons of why they are running in the forefront of their mind, they push through the stresses and press on to completing the challenges and goals they have set for themselves.
- Be Different
- This one is probably a bit of a given, but in order for you to win out over your opponent, you must be noticed more than your opponent. If you don’t differentiate yourself from your opponent, the race will come down to a popularity contest. In order to maintain a clear difference over your opponent, you must be able to differentiate yourself on multiple compelling issues and promote your stance on issues as often as possible.
- Clearly Convey Your Message
- First impressions are momentous in a campaign. You must be able to quickly and concisely convey your message upon introduction. By doing so you convey a confidence and surety that you can and will accomplish what you set out to do.
- Stay On Point and Never Forget Whom You Serve
- By staying on agenda whether in a debate or in an interview and not allowing yourself to be distracted, you will portray seriousness and firmness-of-belief in that which you stand for. Finally, always remember who it is that you serve as your constituents, supporters, and backers will all pick up on it.
When it comes to running for office, you have to know why you are running and believe in it yourself in order for voters to believe in you.
Election Day is here. The vote is practically decided; the campaign is over, right? Wrong. If you’re slated to win, the campaign is never over; if you’re the underdog, there are still a few things you can do to improve your odds.
- Never Give Up
- If the campaign is close, the number one thing you can do to influence the outcome of the election in your favor is to run a strong get out the vote (GOTV) campaign. A successful GOTV push can add an additional 1-3% to your overall vote total, and in a close race, that could easily be the difference between a win and a loss.
- Zero Hour
- A frequently asked question is what should a candidate do on Election Day itself? Some campaign until the last vote is counted, while others play golf or stay out of the spotlight until the results come in. In an age where every vote counts, it is suggested that the candidate do everything possible to GOTV in their favor. Whether it be promoting on the radio or making appearances at the polls to encourage their volunteers and supporters, be sure to show that you’re confident and hopeful until the end.
- Sure Winners
- For those candidates that clearly have it in the bag, it is still vital to push your supporters to GOTV, and remind them it is still a race and their single vote counts. The danger in being a perceived winner is that your supporters could stay home assuming that it’ll be a wipeout, so there’s no need for their vote. If enough supporter have this frame of mind, the numbers could easily be skewed causing a loss or near loss for the previously assumed winner.
- For those slated to lose, the number one thing to remember is to finish strong. Many of the most successful political candidates have lost two and three times before winning. Remember that the next campaign begins the day after the election. Take a few days off to rest up and then dust yourself off and start again. Look at your campaign and see what could have been changed and why your opponent had the upper hand. If you’re planning to run again, begin your fundraising, researching, planning and team building; learn from your mistakes and don’t make the same ones twice.